Definition of OPS
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: a statistic that combines a hitter's on-base percentage and slugging percentage Trout is on track for a third season with an OPS greater than .950. Only two players had three such years through their age-22 season: Ted Williams (1939-41) and Jimmie Fox (1928-30), neither of whom played defense or ran like Trout.— Tom Verducci During that span he averaged 29 home runs and hit .301 with a .922 OPS, numbers rarely witnessed at his position …— Ben Reiter One formula used more and more for comparing the greatest hitters ever is adding the on-base and slugging percentages, which produces a statistic called OPS. Agreed upon by baseball analysts and statisticians alike, OPS … paints the most complete picture of how a hitter dominates his era.— Kenneth Shouler
Definition of Ops (Entry 2 of 2)
: the Roman goddess of abundance and the wife of Saturn
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